Our Services

Simple Acts of Kindness

Initially our main area of work was engaging with asylum seekers and helping them to establish a place of safety in the UK. This is still a key area of work for us in the West Midlands, and with its ever-growing super diversity we now welcome people from over sixty five countries to Brushstrokes.

Our work can be divided into two  main areas:

  • Teaching of ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) along with associated skills such as numeracy, employment skills and citizenship

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  • Reaching out into local communities by providing practical help to those in need including food, clothing and baby items.

We offer

 

  1. Practical Help

  2. Information, Advice and Guidance

  3. Education, 

  4. Housing Support

  5. Social Activity

 

Sandwell Community Voluntary Organisations

​One of SCVO aims is to enable access to support for all Sandwell residents and Increasing access to services which support residents to benefit from the support they need to make the best of life.

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The Route2wellbeing Portal is an exciting new initiative which places information about local community-based services at the fingertips of health professionals and other local support agencies.

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Sandwell Family Life is a directory of local activities and services for children, young people and families in Sandwell. It provides information on a wide range of support that aims to make life better for young people and their parents and carers

Impact

Brushstrokes Community Project

Charity Commission registration number 512992 - Father Hudson's Society

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